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Global, comparative, and transnational approaches to the history of Europe in the world since 1400.
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The prize-winning paper examines the role of the late Franco regime as an actor in transatlantic relations.
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How can European History illuminate the global and transnational dynamics which have shaped the lives of differently situated Europeans?
War for Sale in the Nineteenth Century: a study of Peninsular War veterans' memoirs - Matilda Greig
Spiritual Empire: Spanish Diplomacy and Latin America in the 1920s - Gaël Sánchez Cano
National responses to internal displacement and sovereignty - Ileana Dana Nicolau
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